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10.17.2019 | SSP News & Releases

Add these SSP events to your Charleston schedule!

SSP is headed to the Charleston Conference next month! An informal annual gathering of librarians, publishers, electronic resource managers, consultants, and vendors of library materials each November in Charleston, SC, the Charleston Conference discusses issues of importance to them all.

Be sure to add these SSP events to your schedule!

Registration is still open for this year’s Charleston Library Conference, November 4-8. Don’t forget to sign up for our pre-conference workshop during checkout!

 


Chaos or Complexity? Transforming Publishing Models in the Plan S Era
Tuesday, November 5 | 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

An interactive session on issues around new models, including Read-and-Publish, Publish-and-Read, Subscribe to Open, and more. Hear from publishers and institutions pursuing such transformative agreements, as well as those organizations, small and society, who fear they may be left out of the discussion. Attendees will then shift to small group discussions focusing on key issues raised during the session.

 


SSP MeetUp at Charleston 2019
Tuesday, November 5 | 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

If you’re looking for some familiar faces, stop by the Victor Social Club during happy hour to informally network with your fellow SSP members and scholarly communications professionals! Feel free to bring a friend; everyone, member or not, is welcome! This event is free, but please register to RSVP.

Thank you to our exclusive sponsor, Copyright Clearance Center.

 

 


The Scholarly Kitchen Live – Chat with the Chefs
Wednesday, November 6 | 2:00pm – 3:10pm

Founded in 2008, The Scholarly Kitchen is a highly regarded and influential blog that serves all segments involved in the scholarly publishing community. In this Q&A session, the Chefs and audience members will discuss the most pressing issues facing those working in all areas of scholarly communications today. Bring your questions and expect a lively conversation!

 


Be sure to say hello to SSP Fellow and scholarship winner, Lynnee Agrabright. We’ll see you there! Not attending? Follow along on Twitter.

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